Elementary Students Unveil Holiday Wish List - KULR-8 Television, Billings, MT

Elementary Students Unveil Holiday Wish List

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The holidays are right around the corner, which can make it difficult to find the right gifts to buy.

KULR-8's Katie Owen sat down with Meadowlark Elementary School students to see what items to buy, and also found out the items not to buy.

Kids are making a list and checking it twice, and are keeping their fingers crossed that Santa will bring them something from their holiday list.

A second grader said, "I would really like my own parrot."

A third grader said, "A kindle fire HDX."

A second grader said, "I want a i-Phone 5."

A fourth grader said, "I haven't really thought about it, but I really like clothes from school."

But, the list goes on.

"A dog park," a second grader said.

"Sometimes I think that I really want a dog for my family," a fourth grader said.

"My own spy camera," another second grader said.

If you're still not sure what to get, there's a few tips on what kids don't want to see under their Christmas tree.

"Definitely, I don't want spiders because I'm not really a spider fan and I think they're creepy," a fourth grader said.

"No, and I do not want an ant farm because I've already got it. The ants just died like in 2 days. I had to let the other ones that were alive go," a second grader said.

"I wouldn't want a box of snow," a second grader said.